heywriters: Don’t do it. Unless you’re going to treat it as anything other than a magical solution. He’s not amazingly cured and Better™ than before, he’s still blind. His eyes don’t work. Without cybernetics he’s back to square one, but… Read moreHi, I’m currently writing a cyberpunk themed story with cybernetics. I have a character who is blind but about halfway through I’d like him to get his vision back through cybernetics. I’m trying to be as inclusive as I can but I’ve heard of people having issues with characters who have disabilities that get fixed later in the story. Do you have any advice?
okay, i’ve thought about this in relation to the novels i’ve succeeded in writing and those massive… from Tumblr https://writeinspiration.tumblr.com/post/184654808106
meteorwrites: 1. Take a break 2. Take a break 3. T a k e a b r e a k Seriously. Sometimes the most powerful thing you can do for a piece is take a step back for… Read moreWhat To Do When You Fall Out of Love With Your WIP
Don’t do it. Unless you’re going to treat it as anything other than a magical solution. He’s not… from Tumblr https://writeinspiration.tumblr.com/post/184650178428
meteorwrites: 1. Take a break 2. Take a break 3. T a k e a b r e a k Seriously…. from Tumblr https://writeinspiration.tumblr.com/post/184645530470
holly-frey: Often when creating a protagonist, we writers want our hero to feel directly tied to the conflict of the story. Maybe a group of bandits murdered their family, or your protagonist’s boss is offering a job promotion; this is… Read more